Looking For A Healthier Alternative To Regular Frozen Treats?

Boxes of Soothie Suckers.If you are looking for a healthier alternative to most frozen treats then you don’t have to look any further.

Soothie Suckers have no high fructose corn syrup, and no alcohol, and are only 15 calories each.

They are sweetened with organic Agave Syrup so they still satisfy the desire for sweets. They also have a good flavor to them. To me they tasted just like the regular (high fructose filled) grape or orange flavored pops(or drinks).

These are made with organic Echinacea and  organic Astragalus Root, along with some other organic ingredients  such as Thyme, and Goldenseal.

Echinacea is a herb that was used by Native Americans, and has become one of the most popular herbs for supporting the immune system. It is most commonly used to fight cold symptoms.

Astragalus Root was used in ancient China and is still one of the most used herbs in traditional Chinese medicine. It is mostly used to support or restore the function of the immune system.

Both flavors of Soothie Suckers are good for the immune system but one is specifically for Immune Support, and the other is more for Nasal Support.

These can be frozen, which is what I did, because I love frozen pops, even in the winter. If you don’t want them frozen you can just drink them. They taste good either way and work just as well.

If you buy some now you can get $2.00 off per box useing the code “wyrdings” (without the quotes) until December 31, 2014.

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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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